Clinton Knight is a social and political psychologist with work and interests grounded in intergroup processes, social cognition, and individual differences.

Specific interests include:

  • Acquisition and development of political and religious ideologies.
  • Institutional theories of coercion and control. 
  • System legitimizing biases including patriotism and nationalism, collective consciousness, apathy and insight blindness.  
  • Prejudice and ex-offender reintegration. 
  • Psychology of collective action, conflict and terrorism.

 Available projects for Honours and Post Graduate students:

  • Ex-offender reintegration (acceptance and resistance).
  • Willingess to engage in collective action as a function of identity, patriotism and nationalism.  
  • PY3101: Conducting and Interpreting Non-Experimental Studies in Psychology (Level 3; TSV)
  • PY3105: Workplace Psychology (Level 3; TSV)
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Socio-Economic Objectives

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